Cuddly Crochet Candy Corn

Meet the cutest most Cuddly Crochet Candy Corn you will ever see! Zero calories but still full of sweetness :) You must add this little guy to your Halloween decor or give it as a gift to your kids or grandkids. My kids are already fighting over this one so it looks like I will need to make two more.

Materials:
– Size G Crochet Hook
– Small string of black yarn for the mouth
– Two Black Safety Eyes. Mine are 9mm.
– Poly-fil Stuffing
– Tapestry Needle
Abbreviations:
Ch – Chain
SC = Single Crochet
SC Dec = Single Crochet Decrease
Finished stuffie measures approx. 10 inches long and 8 inches wide

Cuddly Crochet Candy Corn Pattern: Make 2

Starting with yellow yarn…
Chain 31, SC in 2nd chain from hook and the rest of the way down chain, ch 1, turn (30 SC)
Row 2: SC Dec, SC in next 26 stitches, SC Dec over last two, ch 1, turn
Row 3: SC in each stitch across, ch 1 turn (28 SC)
Row 4: SC Dec, SC in next 24 stitches, SC Dec over last two, ch 1, turn
Row 5: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (26 SC)
Row 6: SC Dec, SC in next 22 stitches, SC Dec over last two, ch 1, turn
Row 7: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (24 SC)
Row 8: SC Dec, SC in next 20 stitches, SC Dec over last two, ch 1, turn
Row 9: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (22 SC)
Row 10: SC Dec, SC in next 18 stitches, SC Dec over last two,
Change to orange yarn, ch 1, turn
Row 11-12: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (20 SC)
Row 13: SC Dec, SC in next 16 stitches, SC Dec over last two, ch 1, turn
Row 14-15: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (18 SC)
Row 16: SC Dec, SC in next 14 stitches, SC Dec over last two, ch 1, turn
Row 17-18: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (16 SC)
Row 19: SC Dec, SC in next 12 stitches, SC Dec over last two, ch 1, turn
Row 20-21: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (14 SC)
Row 22: SC Dec, SC in next 10 stitches, SC Dec,
Change to white yarn, ch 1, turn
Row 23: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (12 SC)
Row 24: SC Dec, SC in next 8 stitches, SC Dec over last two, ch 1, turn
Row 25: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (10 SC)
Row 26: SC Dec, SC in next 6 stitches, SC Dec over last two, ch 1, turn
Row 27: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (8 SC)
Row 28: SC Dec, SC in next 4 stitches, SC Dec over last two, ch 1, turn
Row 29: SC in each stitch across, ch 1, turn (6 SC)
Row 30: SC Dec, SC in next 2 stitches, SC Dec over last two.
Fasten off and weave in ends
Arms and Legs: Make 2 of each
Chain 5, SC in in second chain from hook and in next two, make 2 SC in last chain, 
now working on other side of chain, SC in each stitch. You should have 9 SC stitches all together.
Don’t fasten off. Continue to SC in rounds.
I made a total of 6 rounds for the arms and 9 rounds for the legs. Feel free to make them as long or short as you like.
Add your safety eyes and stitch on a small smile with black yarn to one of the sides of your candy corn.
Now put your candy corn triangles back to back and SC the edges together. You will want to switch colors as you go so the edges match with the stripes.

Be sure to stuff it with poly-fil before completely closing.
Now sew the arms and legs on! No need to stuff them with filling but you can if you want.
I first stitched the arms/legs shut and then used my tapestry needle to sew them to the SC edging.
Weave in all your ends and now you’ve got yourself a sweet little stuffed candy corn!

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  2. Cheryl says

    This is the cutest thing! I made it yesterday and Iike you now I need more ..kids are fighting over it.
    Thank you for sharing this pattern.

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